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Council Bought Houses For £2.7M - Sold Them For £3

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Some very grateful owners selling to the council and their £2.7 million to splash, probably. Anyone connected much?

But the council cannot now afford to do the work itself, which would cost around £130,000 per property.

That's a lot of money for improvements to turn them back into family homes.

Crystal road puchases example

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I don't see the problem.

They've sold them to a non profit organisation who's going to revamp them for homeless people.

All for the cost of a few bankers bonuses/MPs expenses etc.

Good value then.

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Some very grateful owners selling to the council and their £2.7 million to splash, probably. Anyone connected much?

That's a lot of money for improvements to turn them back into family homes.

Crystal road puchases example

See comment by locals.

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Apparent not a brown envelope available for purchase in any Blackpool stationers.

Ain't that so! It has a "Rover" feel to me, but will anyone hang for it? :huh:

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I don't see the problem.

They've sold them to a non profit organisation who's going to revamp them for homeless people.

All for the cost of a few bankers bonuses/MPs expenses etc.

This is the SCAM >>>

"can only be sold under shared ownership or rent to buy schemes."

"Our aim is to help people on lower incomes realise their dream of owning their own home by buying a share."

Bloody con merchants getting ignorant lower wage fools to buy at top of crashing market using taxpayers cash to fund it all.

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